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jd β’Άβ˜…πŸ˜ΌπŸš€πŸŒπŸ‡ͺπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡­πŸ‡Ί @jd

Can anarchists ever work together, or is it better to just adopt this idea for one's self and find a way of working with others (even if not anarchists)?

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@jd we can work together but not necessarily because we're ideologically aligned; often we can't work together for reasons entirely unrelated to ideology. i'm happy to work with non-anarchists who share goals of ending scarcity and dismantling the kyriarchy.

@jd ps that image is hilarious ty for posting it XD

@garbados @jd What I've seen is that sometimes (often) it's easier to cooperate with people who are less-than-perfectly ideologically aligned.
In the end the final deal breaker is never ideology, but ethics.

As a result, most people part ways with irreconcilable differences because of the *how* to do things, not because of the *what*.

The *what* was a given when you started collaboration to begin with, but the ethics of persons are discovered along the way.

@jd @garbados The GPL and the ethics encoded in the core ideas of the Cooperative movement can be good starting places to remove some of that friction.

But it invariably comes down to individual behaviour in the end, *how* closely people stick to the minimal expected ethical code.

@jd What I experienced so far is that most of the times they can. When there are difficulties it's almost always because of conflict between characters.